Learn more about Energy Assistance
Make an appointment online
(only for full-time, first shift workers or full-time students
living in a household without another able-bodied adult)
Energy assistance provides low-income residents with financial benefits for fuel costs, emergency furnace repair and replacement, and restoration of utility services. These services include:
• Regular energy assistance to help with your annual home energy costs.
• Crisis assistance includes: retention of utility services, reconnections, oil deliveries and furnace repair or replacement. (Note: furnace repair or replacement is only available when home is owner occupied). It is offered when funds are available.
• Referrals for other heating related services.
It is intended to help pay a portion of heating costs and is not intended to pay the total annual heating cost. The amount of heating assistance benefit varies according to household size, income level, and household heating costs.
What you must bring
• Proof of all income sources for all household members for the previous three months (i.e., child support wages, pension, etc.) Seasonal employees will require the prior year's 1040 tax forms
• Social Security numbers for all household members (starting Aug. 12th)
• Current energy bill (gas/electric/oil)
• If your heat is included with your rent: Rent certificate or statement from landlord confirming heat included in rent
What To Bring - English / español / Hmong
SDC Energy Assistance sites:
4041 N. Richards Street (53212)
2701 S. Chase Avenue (53207)
6848 N. Teutonia Avenue (53209)
For more information on locations and income guidelines refer to our SDC Energy Assistance flyer (pdf) - español - Hmong or Call (414) 906-2800.